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Side Bridge to Infinity

Side Bridge to Infinity

This 'bridge' workout will push you to the limit and beyond. Hold each of the below bridge variations for one minute then move immediately onto the next position without rest. Once you have completed the three different aide bridge positions you change sides and go back to the start - no rests allowed! 1. Kneeling Side Bridge Lie on your side with your forearm on the floor and your elbow under your shoulder, your knees bent 90 degrees. Contract your glutes and keep your abs stiff throughout....   more details

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    AndyWeaver

    AndyWeaver

    8 mins 20.0 secs

    Damn iPhone stops recording when you get a phone call. I have over 6 minutes on the video, did a...

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    DocDiesel

    DocDiesel

    7 mins 21.0 secs

    I had to try this again. My obliques are killing me! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUVVkEYgXUU&...

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    DagobertoChapa

    DagobertoChapa

    6 mins 3.0 secs

  • 4 JonHall

    JonHall

    5 mins 15.0 secs

    Second elevated plank did me in. If I could make it through that, should go through to 8 minutes ...

  • 5 Pikey

    Pikey

    5 mins 8.0 secs

    If I know that 1st place had 5 minute 15 I'd hav done it

  • 6 small muscle man

    small muscle man

    4 mins 52.0 secs

    wooooOOOOoo hoooo my age iz only 12 and im pretty gooood

  • 7 PhilFit

    PhilFit

    3 mins 45.0 secs

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    MaskedAthlete

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    David Malcolm

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    TumThanasan

    2 mins 30.0 secs

    for tracking

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    saraharrison

    2 mins 27.0 secs

    :)

  • 12 alexpaul

    alexpaul

    2 mins 15.0 secs

    my hand hurts :( ill be back next week with another score

  • 13 JenMitchell

    JenMitchell

    2 mins 2.0 secs

    I was determined to do past 2 minutes

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    AndyWeaver

    8 mins 20.0 secs

    Damn iPhone stops recording when you get a phone call. I have over 6 minutes on the video, did an honest 8:20. Will do it again to get the whole thing on video.


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Profile pic: PersonTrainer Challenge created by:
PersonTrainer

Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase strength

Challenge targets: core

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

This 'bridge' workout will push you to the limit and beyond.
Hold each of the below bridge variations for one minute then move immediately onto the next position without rest. Once you have completed the three different aide bridge positions you change sides and go back to the start - no rests allowed!

1. Kneeling Side Bridge

Lie on your side with your forearm on the floor and your elbow under your shoulder, your knees bent 90 degrees. Contract your glutes and keep your abs stiff throughout. Raise your hips until your torso is straight from shoulders to knees.





2. Side Bridge

Lie on your side with your forearm on the floor under your shoulder, and your feet stacked together. Contract your glutes and abs. Push your hip off the floor, creating a straight line from ankle to shoulder and keeping your head in line with your spine.




3. Raised Side Bridge

Same setup as you use for the side bridge, but stack your feet on a bench or chair. Don't allow your hips to sag!




The winner of the challenge is the person who manages to complete the longest continuous time, without rest, doing the three bridge exercises in sequence, switching sides after each 3 exercise sequence.

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